I think we undervalue Brown. Seldom you see the player primarily guarded by Brown go off for a big scoring night. Even when he isn't playing great, his defense is always there. You can't say the same for Rozier or Tatum.
And as Nickagneta pointed out Brown is definetely improving his game. Last year he was so raw and just a back-up for Jae Crowder. People who said that he might be able to replace Crowder in the starting line-up were considered overly optimistic.
There are three guys from the 2016 draft who are for sure on their way to become All Stars and they are Ben Simmons, Jaylen Brown and Jamal Murray.
He's definitely improving, I'm not disputing that. Problem is they need more consistency out of him - because Hayward's out and the team struggles to score - and he's just not delivering it. I thought he stunk Wednesday and that was a very winnable game.
He can hit the corner 3 and his game is getting to the basket, which is needed - but he gets himself in trouble on dribble penetration far too often. I'm not saying get rid of him, I'm just saying let's not anoint him quite yet. I'd trade the spectacular for a little more consistency.